The 10–12 PS is a veteran automobile produced by Horch in 1904. August Horch devised the idea of the vehicle in 1902, and it was subsequently built at a facility in Reichenbach im Vogtland, where 18 examples were made. One car is currently on display at the Deutsches Museum in Munich.

The rear-wheel drive 10–12 PS was fitted with a 2500cc front-mounted two-cylinder petrol engine capable of generating 8.8 kW of output, which allowed the vehicle to reach speeds up to 50 km/h.